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Passport, Medical & Visa

Where can I find passport information? (UK Only)

Online

You must hold a valid passport at all times during your stay in Croatia. Please do not make travel arrangements until you have a valid passport. If waiting on your first UK passport you should allow at least six weeks for delivery.For British Citizens, detailed and up-to-date passport information to obtain or renew your passport can be found by visiting the government website www.ukpa.gov.uk. The UK Passport Office suggests passports be valid for at least six months after your return. To obtain your passport please visit www.ips.gov.uk.

Do I need a visa for Croatia?

Not for stays of up to 90 days

Visitors do not usually require a visa for Croatia. Citizens of the US, UK, EU Countries, Australia and New Zealand do NOT need a visa to enter Croatia for stays of up to 90 days. Nationals of other countries should inform themselves of the respective rules.

What document do I need for medical treatment?

EHIC

The health service in Croatia is of a good standard. You have to pay for seeing a doctor or whilst being treated in hospital. Certain countries, such as Britain have reciprocal medical arrangements where you should not have to pay for any emergency treatment if you show your passport. However, we recommend you take full travel insurance to cover any medical costs before travelling to Croatia. Travellers can seek online travel advice by visiting www.masta.org and www.doh.gov.uk..

British Citizens should hold a European Health Insurance Card (EHIC) to receive healthcare during your visit to any EEA country or Switzerland. For further information about the EHIC please visit the Foreign and Commonwealth Office website to download. Without this form in any medical payment abroad will not be subsidised by the British Government.